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CNN’s Anna Coren speaks with Afghan interpreters who risked their lives helping the US government, and now face reprisals from the Taliban as many of them struggle to secure US visas and protection.

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CNN’s Anna Coren speaks with Afghan interpreters who risked their lives helping the US government, and now face reprisals from the Taliban as many of them struggle to secure US visas and protection.

Source: CNN

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